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Chateau Larose-Trintaudon 2003

Bordeaux Red Blends from Haut Medoc, Bordeaux, France
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    Winemaker Notes

    Graceful and easy-to-understand, an appealing harmony of Cabernet and Merlot. While well-structured and endowed with significant aging potential, Larose-Trintaudon is supple and ready to drink when released.

    Delicious with all kinds of beef and lamb, slow-cooked stews or pot roast and mushrooms with garlic and herbs.

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    Chateau Larose-Trintaudon, , France - Bordeaux
    Chateau Larose-Trintaudon
    Vines were first planted at Larose-Trintaudon at the end of the 17th century. In 1858, Count Ernest de Lahens built the Château and its tower that, to this day, watches over the ocean of vines. The wine estate alternated between periods of success and harder times, the worst being the outbreak of phylloxera that destroyed all French vineyards in 1869.

    In the 1960s, the Forners, a renowned Spanish wine growing family, purchased the estate. Under the scientific authority of Professor Emile Peynaud, a prominent vine and wine specialist, the property regained its former stature, in particular following the planting of 430 acres of the best grape varieties.

    The benefits of this work were reaped twenty five years later, with the 1986 vintage of Château Larose-Trintaudon. This was when the Assurances Générales de France, confident in the estate's potential, invested in the property and then in the Chilean estate Casas del Toqui in 1994. Since then, year after year, the estate's teams have worked in the four century-old tradition while also looking forward to the future and implementing a policy of sustainable development.

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    EMP628435_2003 Item# 93507

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